• Marshal Foch and General Pershing

    Marshal Foch and General Pershing standing outside the General Headquarters of the American Expeditionary Forces at Chaumont.

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  • Hinkle, Benjamin Porter

    United States. Army; Infantry; 82nd Division; 327th Regiment; Company D White

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  • Wade, Edie Berry

    United States. Army; 3rd Army; Engineers Corps White

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  • Hazelhurst, James Nesbet

    United States. Army; Engineers Corps White

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  • Stanley, Fernie Ethan

    United States. Army; Engineers Corps; 116th Regiment White

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  • Dunnavant, Robert Hill

    United States. Army; Infantry; 26th Regiment; Company I White

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  • Bush, Albert Franklin

    United States. Army; Infantry; 4th Regiment; Company 7 White

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  • Thompson, John Will

    United States. Army; Infantry; 119th Regiment; Company E White

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  • Gen. John J. Pershing

    This autographed photograph of Gen. John J. Pershing was given to Gen. George H. Harries. The inscription reads"For Brig-gen Geo. H. Harries, With sincere good wishes." The photograph is from a scapbo…

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  • Help him win by saving and serving

    United States. Department of the Treasury

    This poster from World War I shows General John J. Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionary Forces, holding the hands of two children, a boy and a girl. General Pershing is dressed in his mil…

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  • Gen. Pershing reviewing troops

    In this photograph Gen. John J. Pershing is seen on a white horse and reviewing troops from III Corps at Vallendar, Germany. Vallendar is misspelled as Vallondor on the back of the photograph. The pho…

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  • Timothy, James Simmons

    United States. Marine Corps; 6th Regiment; Company 80 White Lieutenant Timothy James Simmons was the first Tennessee officer killed in World War I. A memorial tree was planted for him by the Catholic…

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